1968 Ford F100. 300 4.9 straight 6, 3 speed manual on the floor,
numbers matching. The Engine and trans were rebuilt at 100k so the
odometer reads 40k .which is the mileage of the motor. The rebuild
is obvious by how smooth it runs. The truck spent most of its life
on a farm with the same family until 2013 when the 2nd owner
purchased it. The truck is in bare metal and covered in Gibbs which
is a water repellent that can be painted over. Its been bare for
sometime and does fine. the brush guard came with the truck in
1968. It runs and shifts like new. Alignment is perfect, steering
tight, maintains temp, recently repalced: Windshield and gasket,
Clutch Rebuilt carb by Carburetor Specialists Valve cover gasket,
Fuel pump, All brakes and bearings inspected, adjusted and torqued
to spec. Master cylinder replaced, Temp sensor, Thermostat gasket
Oil and coolant fluid Seat cover, Battery, Starter motor. The
engine runs flawlessly. Shifter converted from column to floor.
Solid survivor. There is nothing left to do to this truck but drive
it.. Every inch of the truck was gone through mechanically.
Condition of the body is incredible .. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1968 Ford F100
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